In this section, specialists in the field of
facial, plastic, and cosmetic surgery, with board certification,
treat patients with different facial deformities, including:
aging face, skin changes, facial disfigurement, congenital
problems, skin cancer, and traumatic injuries.
Concentrating on the complex anatomy, physiology, and pathology
of all organ structures of the face and neck regions provides
the facial plastic surgeon with a strong focus on the anatomic
region being treated.
The following procedures are performed by experts in the field:
Surgery of the nose where
the cartilage and bone are reshaped and reconstructed; excess
bone or cartilage may be removed. At the same time, correction of
breathing difficulties is performed.
Surgery of the eyelids where fat and
excess skin, bags, pouches, wrinkles in the eye area are
removed. Recovery time is approximately one week.
In facelift surgery,
excess skin is removed, and muscles are tightened. Recovery time
is approximately two weeks.
Surgery to minimize
forehead lines and wrinkles and elevate brows to reduce lid
the chin to eliminate "double" chin; excess fat is removed.
the chin where a receding chin is augmented with bone or an
implant, or a too prominent chin is reduced.
Surgery of the ear where
ears can be "pinned back" by reshaping the cartilage.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
the upper layer skin using a laser resulting in smoother and
less wrinkled skin.
Controlled removal of
the outer layer of skin with specific chemicals.
Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion
Abrasion of the skin with either a wirebrush or diamond fraise
to remove the upper layer of the skin resulting in smoother less
Correction of dynamic
lines and wrinkles in different parts of the face.
Fat transfer and safe
fillers are used to correct different facial depressions and
repair or reconstruct facial features. This includes scar
revision, fracture repair, laceration repair, vascular birth
marks, cleft lip and palate, craniofacial deformities,
orthognathic surgery, free flaps, and other cancer